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Kevin Sorbo Exposes Mainstream Media Bias with Simple Question on Donald Trump

Michael Morris
By Michael Morris | November 27, 2017 | 1:14 PM EST

Actor Kevin Sorbo (Screenshot)

Between social media posts promoting his new film “Let There Be Light” over this past week, actor Kevin Sorbo exposed mainstream media bias by asking a simple question on Donald Trump.

Seemingly drawing a comparison between the mainstream media’s coverage of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s scandals and their coverage of President Donald Trump, the actor best known for the TV series “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and for his role in the faith-based film “God’s Not Dead,” posted the following on social media:

“Just one more thing on Donald Trump. If Donald Trump deleted all of his emails, wiped his server with Bleachbit and destroyed all of his phones with a hammer, would the Mainstream Media suddenly lose all interest in the story and declare him innocent?”

In 2015, then Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to CNSNews.com, “tried to make light in public of the deepening controversy surrounding her use of an unsecured, private email server while secretary of state.”  When “[a]sked by a reporter whether she had ‘wiped’ the server clean before handing it over to federal investigators, she asked, ‘What, like with a cloth or something?’”

In 2016, according to Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch on CNSNews.com, “in a court filing [in August, 2016,] the State Department admitted it had found Benghazi-related documents among the 14,900 Clinton emails and attachments uncovered by the FBI that Mrs. Clinton deleted and withheld from the State Department.”

Also in 2016, according to CNSNews.com,

“The FBI says its investigation identified ‘13 total mobile devices’ associated with Hillary Clinton's ‘two known’ phone numbers, both in the D.C. area code 212.

“All 13 of those devices ‘potentially were used to send emails’ through Clinton's personal email server, but the FBI was unable to acquire or examine any of those devices, at least two of which apparently were smashed by a hammer.”


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